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2012 Indian Grand Prix just a week away
The schedule for the 2012 F1 has been announced and it is time that you grab your share of tickets as soon as possible to see your favourite drivers in action.

AFTER THE success of F1 debut last season, the Buddh International circuit would host the Indian Grand Prix, which is scheduled on October 26, 27 and 28. F1 fans in India are very excited and are looking forward to the event.

As per the ticket prices, released by zigwheels.com earlier this month, the lowest ticket for natural picnic, stands at Rs 2000 for the race day, i.e October 28, while the season ticket, valid for all three days costs Rs 3000. The most expensive ticket for the Grandstand for race day costs Rs 12, 000 while season ticket for this stand would cost Rs 21, 000.

It is not only the F1 race that is going to enthrall the audience, but events such as JK Racing Asia Series and MRF Formula 2000 would also take place before the big race gets underway in the circuit. F1 drivers were in full praise for the circuit last season and the organisers are said to have brought in some changes to make the track better. These racers would get a first hand driving practise session on 26 October at 10 am and 2 pm, with both the sessions lasting for one and half hour each, which would be followed by a presser at 4 o' clock in the evening.

The third practise session is scheduled for 11 am the next day with the qualifying starting at 2 pm. The big race day starts with the MRF Championship 2nd Race and then JK Asia Racing Series 2nd Race. But all eyes would be on the main draw, the F1 race, which is scheduled to start at 3 pm. It is for the second time that the Indian fans would get to see these drivers in action. There are still some tickets available if one wants to be a part of the mega event.

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